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He played in Stephen Baxter‘s Dollar Baby Rest Stop as Ben.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Renato Vettore: Hello everyone. My name is Renato Vettore. I am an ACTRA union actor as well as a vocalist of many styles of music. Occasionally, when not working in front of the camera, I sometimes work behind the scenes, working in the Sound Department, and recently the Transportation department. I am Canadian/Italian of heritage and speak Italian fluently as well. I love my dark coffee and going to the cinema, theatre, & museums.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become an actor?

Renato Vettore: I think I’ve always been a performer, just didn’t know it.  My first time performing was on stage in a junior grade school presentation, where I played the role of a doctor. My imagination has been vivid as a child and I think it’s still present to this day. I’ve always been a dreamer of sorts, fantasizing playing different characters, different scenarios. Being an actor gives me the permission to play-out these moments & thoughts.

SKSM: How did you become involved in Rest Stop Dollar Baby film?

Renato Vettore: A dear actor friend Penelope saw the post on Facebook originally. She felt that the role was appropriate for my look and branding.

SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?

Renato Vettore: Personally, I would say that the story is multifaceted. The characters all have their worlds of realities and fantasies. The John Dykstra character, played by actor Eric Davis, is a character we can all relate to at one of more times in our lives. We work at our jobs, but a lot of us dream of being someone else, doing something dangerous, exciting, maybe even go to dark side. Carrie’s character, played by Kayla Henry, is a fun quirky girl, who believes she can be a writer of these fantasy stories. She adores, Dykstra’s written word, and see’s him as her mentor.

People are attracted to this story, because it paints fantasy with reality, which is what everyone can relate to.

SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?

Renato Vettore: Yes, I did have to audition for the role. I was sent the dialogue, after which I submitted my audition. After a few weeks I received contact from the Rest Stop film production and was informed I had been selected for the role of Ben. The film was shot and in Montreal Quebec, Canada.

SKSM: You worked with Stephen Baxter on this film, how was that?

Renato Vettore: Stephen was a very focused and professional director. He made me feel comfortable during the whole time he directed my scenes. Stephen allowed me to play my Ben character as I envisioned him, but still fine tuning my performance to what you see in the film.

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when they made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Renato Vettore: The only funny moment that I recall, although it wasn’t funny at the time. I had driven from out of town, and was running a bit late for my onset call time. Fortunately, I located a parking garage not far from the shoot location. There was no lower level parking so I had to go to the top of the parking garage, floor #6. With wardrobe bags in hand I proceeded to the Down Elevator, where I noticed a sign saying ‘Out Of Order’.  I had to slug my way down the hot stairwell finally reaching the bottom, to realize that I had left my car keys on top of the roof of my car. I had to walk back up the steamy stairwell with wardrobe in hand, grab my keys, go back down the burning hot stairwell, and down the street to the shoot location, where I was met with 2 more flights of stairs which lead to the room where my scenes were filmed.

SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?

Renato Vettore: I keep contact with Eric Davis & Stephen Baxter & Chris MacCabe (Boris)

I hope to work with these wonderful creative artists again in the future.

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Renato Vettore: I recently, was acting in a new comedy TV series called “CELLING” which will be pitched to the CBC, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for production. I also do occasional background work on local MOW (Movies Of The Week). It is currently Pilot season and hopefully my agent is will find me the perfect role to audition for.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Renato Vettore: I can’t really say that I know a lot of his work, but what I have seen in film certainly makes me a dedicated fan, especially, after working on the Rest Stop story.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Renato Vettore: Here’s a good one, when I was a teen, I worked in a carnival. On a serious note, if you look at my IMDB page, you will see that my vocals were used in Abbey Road Studio sound mix for the film Bohemian Rhapsody. Readers, please take the time to visit my page. Just search Renato Vettore. I would appreciate that.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Renato Vettore: I hope you enjoyed my few words, and hope to be interviewed again for even bigger films. Thank you for taking the interest & wanting to know more about me and how my brain works. LOL.

SKSM: Do you like to add anything else?

Renato Vettore: Since I was unable to attend the premiere of the film I would like to formally congratulate all the actors, crew, and all those involved in the Rest Stop film production. A special thank you to Stephen Baxter, and screenplay writer Amy Holloran.

 

He is the man behind L.T’s Theory Of Pets Dollar Baby Film.

SKSM: May you introduce yourself to our readers? Who are you and what do you do?

Brian McGleenon: My name is Brian McGleenon, I am a film maker hailing originally from the ancient city of Armagh, but now I reside in strange lodgings in London, if you’ve ever read Lovecraft’s Dreams in the Witch House, then the protagonists room is not far off my current abode. The walls meet the roof at maddening angles, and the dreams have the hint of the cyclopean…

But mostly I am a constant reader as am sure most of those who read this will be. It was the script writer of L.T.’s Theory of Pets that first introduced me to Stephen King’s short story of the same name, and I loved it from the opening line, “My friend L.T…” It’s a deeply humourous observant novel about relationship strife.

SKSM: How would you decide that shoot movies was your mission?

Brian McGleenon: I watched Taxi Driver when I was 16 and the rest is history.

SKSM: You had a teaser trailer for LT’s theory of pets and a fundraiser in Kickstarter, however the project was canceled. It’s possible all the Dollar Baby community can see this project in a future?

Brian McGleenon: Yes! We currently have the rights again and we are in pre-production, so please look out for updates on L.T.’s Theory of Pets on www.picturewell.co.uk

SKSM: Who would be involved into this project?

Brian McGleenon: We have comedian Patrick Monaghan and actor Michael McClure involved.

SKSM: How come you picked LT’s theory of pets to develop into a movie? What is it in the story that you like so much?

Brian McGleenon: There is much to be learned about relationships from the wise advice from L.T. And it is one of King’s most hilarious tales.

SKSM: Are you a Stephen King fan? If so, which are your favorite works and adaptations?

Brian McGleenon: I am a constant reader, and I still love The Stand the best. Youdont just read ‘The Stand’, you live it. His best adaptation could be ‘It’ the old one, from the 90’s. Or ‘Christine’ with John Carpenter.

SKSM: How did you find out that King sold the movie rights to some of his stories for just $1?

Brian McGleenon: The multi-talented writer Neville Steenson told me about it. He is co-producer on this project.

SKSM: What are you working nowadays?

Brian McGleenon: Apart from the film adaptation of L.T.’s Theory of Pets, I’m working on a feature project with American writer Mark SaFranko.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Brian McGleenon: Check out my horror concept art on www.picturewell.co.uk it speaks volumes.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to our readers?

Brian McGleenon: Keep reading the master’s words, for words are his power…

 

He is the Producer of Walter Perez‘s Into The Night Dollar Baby Film.

SKSM: May you introduce yourself to our readers?

Jesus Santillan: My name Is Jesus Santillan and I go by Chuy. An Oxnard Calif. Native. A professional filmmaker since 2005. I’m a chicano story teller with a chicano lens in the independent industry.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become a producer?

Jesus Santillan: I became a producer, writer first, when I knew we needed more chicano story tellers. I decided to create content about chicanos. Personal, social, etc. I was eager to show my angle.

SKSM: How did you become involved in ‘Into the Night‘ Dollar Baby film?

Jesus Santillan: I met Walter Perez at an event. We both discussed film and what we had done. It was a good conversation.  Then, he asked me for help. Once I saw “Into the Night” I didn’t hesitate to support his vision and the films potential.

SKSM: Can you tell us about your work in the film?

Jesus Santillan: Once we agreed on titles, I asked to bring a great well rounded friend in audio, mixing, and composing. He agreed. I knew my friend would have the right touch for the film. I just wanted Walter to agree, respectfully.

SKSM: What was it like to work with Walter Perez on this film?

Jesus Santillan: So far, we’ve been right on. When there’s communication, and we are on the same boat. It ain’t work.

SKSM: Was there any funny things that happened while filming (Bloopers, etc)?

Jesus Santillan: If there’s no bloopers… then you’re not having fun.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Jesus Santillan: My late wife was. Tanya Chavez Santillan, she was a huge fan then introduced Stephen King’s work to me. It’s because of my wife and Walter’s relation to the piece that I became interested.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Something you’d like to tell our readers?

Jesus Santillan: I hope you like and support more of these films. It’s with lots of love and passion that we create and tell these stories for all diverse audience, thank you and love you all.

 

She is the Creative Consultant/ Makeup artist in Walter Perez‘s Into The Night Dollar Baby Film.

SKSM: May you introduce yourself to our readers?

Tia Phan: Hello, my name is Tia Phan. I am a traveling makeup artist and creative director. Ive had other jobs before such as sales for a multi billion dollar company, home health care, etc, but never found the love for it as I do for the beauty industry and behind the scene action. Being well rounded, I also am a licensed manicurist, esthetician, and certified spray tanner. I love working on projects that bring out the creativity and passion for my work, not only for myself, but for everyone around me.

SKSM: How did you become involved in ‘Into the Night’ Dollar Baby Film?

Tia Phan: My involvement in the film was thanks to a friend, Kat, who is the special fx artist and needed assistance. I then contacted Walter, the director, and showed him my portfolio and resume. After that, is all in the film.

SKSM: In this production, you worked as a creative consultant and a makeup artist. What was that like? Is this something you want to venture further into the industry?

Tia Phan: In a certain aspect, it can be challenging but everything worth working for isn’t easy. Thats why it’s such an accomplishment when its finished. I believe that every obstacle you overcome, there will be another waiting for you at the finish line but the whole point in bettering yourself and your work is to do things that aren’t in your comfort zone because then, you can see what your capable of and what you need to work on. It’s definitely the industry path I’d like to stay on.

SKSM: Can you tell us more about your work on the film?

Tia Phan: Besides doing makeup on the actors and actresses, I help Walter with giving input on scenes to see what we can do to make it better.

SKSM: What was it like to work with Walter Perez on this film?

Tia Phan: He’s an amazing person on and off the clock. He analyzes every detail for each scene and takes advice from the crew members. I find it very important to be in charge with an open ear. It makes creating something more fun.

SKSM: Was there any funny things that happened while filming (Blooperes, etc)?

Tia Phan: Oh definitely! When you work with people for a while, they become friends and/or family. There was a lot of goofing around on set, a good laugh always made the long days go by easier.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Tia Phan: I absolutely adore him and his work. His stories are always so intellectually twisted and it makes you wanting more. Your always on the edge wondering whats going to happen next!

SKSM: Thanks for taking your time to answer my questions. Is there something you’d like to tell our readers?

Tia Phan: Have fun. Its always good to be professional and prompt but a happy person gives happy work. You’ve worked hard to get where you are, own it!

 

He is the man behind Gray Matter Dollar Baby Film.

SKSM: May you introduce yourself to our readers? Who are you and what do you do?

Mark McFarlane: My name is Mark McFarlane, and I am a filmmaker, designer and artist based in Ayrshire, Scotland.

SKSM: How would you decide that shoot movies was your mission?

Mark McFarlane: I always loved films growing up, and I have an especially vivid memory of watching ‘The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly‘ with my grandfather. Bizarrely, considering the types of films I love and make now, I was a very timid child and couldn’t watch horror films! Later, I worked in a variety of jobs, from security guard right up to being a graphic designer for a major UK retailer, but I was never satisfied with any of them. So at a crucial point I decided to pursue my long-standing dream of making films, and from the very first moment of sitting down for a production meeting I knew that making films was what I needed to do.

SKSM: Why Gray Matter was cancelled? Is it possible for Stephen King fans to see it in a future?

Mark McFarlane: Gray Matter was cancelled for a variety of reasons, cast and crew availability, location and equipment issues, but I think the main reason is the same for aspiring filmmakers everywhere – a lack of money! At that time crowdfunding platforms were still quite a new thing, so I although sites such as Kickstarter could have been a fantastic source of production budget for us, our relative inexperience with that type of funding led to us halting production. Fortunately we were able to move on with other projects such as my short film ‘Mara‘, which was created for the BBC3 series ‘The Fear‘ here in the UK, and also performed well at Dragon Con in Atlanta.

However, I am still passionate about telling the story of ‘Gray Matter‘, and  I’m happy to announce that we are once again moving forward with the project. We are working on some exciting things right now, and we hope to make a bigger announcement in the very near future.

SKSM: Who would be involved into this project?

Mark McFarlane: As well as myself, my long-term writing collaborator and editor Jimmi Johnson, who edited the ‘Cabal Cut’ of ‘Clive Barker’s Night Breed‘, will be editing the film. It is being produced by two incredibly talented and enthusiastic people – Holly Madew and Danny Sullivan. Thay have been instrumental in resurrecting the project and ushering it to the stage we re currently at. We are currently looking at casting and filling other key roles, but we are firmly at the discussion stage regarding those.

SKSM: How come you picked Gray Matter to develop into a movie? What is it in the story that you like so much?

Mark McFarlane: I picked ‘Gray Matter‘ because I find the characters so compelling, which I think is a universal trait amongst all of King’s stories. When I first read it, everyone was so vivid and clear in my mind. The best thing for me (and my adaptation) was that although the story is set in Maine, I could easily relate the charcters to people I knew growing up in my small hometown in Scotland. I loved the story, but I also fell in love with the idea of setting the story in Scotland yet changing almost nothing about the core story and characters, almost to prove that these characters are so wonderful an real that they work literaly anywhere in the world.

SKSM: Did you know that this story has already been filmed as Dollar Baby? Have you seen any of these adaptations? If so, what do you think about it?

Mark McFarlane: I did know that it had already been filmed. Unfortunately I’ve only been able to see the trailers for these adaptations. I’m a big fan of the Dollar Baby program and love that all these other filmmakers have been able to give their own unique take on such wonderful source material.

SKSM: Are you a Stephen King fan? If so, which are your favorite works and adaptations?

Mark McFarlane: I am a massive Stephen King fan! I love the ‘Dark Tower‘ series and was obsessed with it for years, but my all-time favourite story of his is ‘The Mist‘, and I absolutely adore Frank Darabont’s adaptation. I think it’s about as perfect an adaptation of a story as you can get. I also love the book ‘From A Buick 8‘, which I know is a bit of a divisive one, but I’d love to take a crack at adapting it for film one day!

SKSM: How did you find out that King sold the movie rights to some of his stories for just $1?

Mark McFarlane: I became aware of the Dollar Baby scheme after watching a documentary about Frank Darabont which briefly mentioned it. I did some research and once I found out how to go about it, I made it my goal to adapt a Stephen King story. It’s taken a lot longer than I’d hoped!

SKSM: What are you working nowadays?

Mark McFarlane: I’ve been suffering some long term health issues which have forced me to ease my workload with regards to filmmaking, which has allowed me to re-embrace my art and design skills. I’ve recently completed several paintings, including one for ‘The Walking Dead UK‘ and a large piece featuring some charactrs from ‘Twin Peaks‘. I also created a map of Mid-World from the ‘Dark Tower‘ series which has been well received on my RedBubble store. I like to stay creative whenever I can, and my partners and I still have a variety of film scripts ready for future development.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Mark McFarlane: I don’t know! I think maybe people will be surprised that I’m still around, still trying to make ‘Gray Matter‘, and haven’t given up after all these years!

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to our readers?

Mark McFarlane: I’d like to thank your readers for their continued interest and support of all us Dollar Baby filmmmakers. It’s your passion for these stories that makes us want to make the very best adaptations we possibly can.

SKSM: Would you like to add something else to this interview?

Mark McFarlane: I’d like to personally thank you Óscar, for the work you do keeping everyone informed about Dollar Babies, and your kind, gracious attitude towards us. It’s been a pleasure talking to you!

 

He is the Producer in Walter Perez‘s Into The Night Dollar Baby Film.

SKSM: May you introduce yourself to our readers?

Marc Mora: Hello, I am Marc Mora and I once gave Freddy Kruger a nightmare.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become a producer?

Marc Mora: The movie industry has always been the candle to my moth. Every aspect of it. Writing, directing, acting, producing, etc. I love helping tell visual stories.

SKSM: How did you become involved in ‘Into the Night‘ Dollar Baby film?

Marc Mora: I have worked with Walter in the past and when he told me he was working on a King project I had to get involved. King is one of my favorite authors.

SKSM: Can you tell us about your work in the film?

Marc Mora: I did a little of everything. I helped with lighting, assisted the set designers, procured equipment, and at one point was even the night. (Human tripod a black sheet). I just floated amongst everything and tried to help whenever i could.

SKSM: What was it like to work with Walter Perez on this film?

Marc Mora: It was a great experience. I can honestly say I picked up some tricks of the trade.

SKSM: Was there any funny things that happened while filming (Bloopers, etc)?

Marc Mora: Let’s see… honestly, I cannot think of a thing. I am sure we had some laughs but nothing stands out.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Marc Mora: Jumped the gun on this earlier. Yeah, a huge fan. I’m a horror savant.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Something you’d like to tell our readers?

Marc Mora: Watch this film when we release it. Or else… well you never know what might be waiting for you in the night.

 

She worked in Production Coordinator and Wardrobe in Walter Perez‘s Into The Night Dollar Baby Film.

SKSM: May you introduce yourself to our readers?

Christijana Mora: Hi! My name is Christijana Mora, I led the Wardrobe dept, Snow, and am one of the Production Coordinators on the film ‘Into The Night’.

SKSM: How did you become involved in ‘Into the Night‘ Dollar Baby film?

Christijana Mora: I became involved in ‘Into The Night’ when I met Walter through my husband, Marc Mora (one of the producers). Learning that they needed help on the film and seeing this as an exciting experience, I couldn’t say no!

SKSM: In this production, you worked as a Production Coordinator and Wardrobe – What was that like? Is this something you want to venture further into the industry?

Christijana Mora: Working with multiple Production Coordinators was a relief in this film. As a coordinator, your skills for multi-tasking are always challenged. But with help, the load of the work was made more fun than stressful.

Now on wardrobe, we had to come up with some creative ways to tell the genre without losing the essence of the horror and I think we were able to grasp that.

Since working on this film, it definitely has me wanting to venture even more into period pieces and to fine tune my creative eye for more ideas on set design and wardrobe in the future.

SKSM: Can you tell us more about your work in the film?

Christijana Mora: I also took on the role as “Snowmaster” during the filming of ‘Into the Night’.  With my experience with fake and the real thing, I was able to recreate the look and effects of this harsh element. Working with hot and cold temperatures is always a risk, but our cast and crew were troopers and pulled through.

A big thanks to SNOW BUSINESS HOLLYWOOD for all their help.

SKSM: What was it like to work with Walter Perez on this film?

Christijana Mora: Working with Walt was really easy.

In easy, I mean lots and lots of meetings, driving to loads of locations, and late hours with a splash of Starbucks coffee. Haha

But it was all worth it, he really pulled through to making this script become the real deal. Walter was always there, whenever I needed a second opinion and great for the catch up talks. I think we all walked away with something learned. Also, I couldn’t thank him enough for giving me the opportunity, so I’ll be always grateful for that. 🙂 Looking forward to the next one Walt!

SKSM: Was there any funny things that happened while filming (Bloopers, etc)?

Christijana Mora: For funny things while shooting? Well, there’s always the occasional background sounds we pick up, when we were on locations that were out of our control.

But I think the funniest was the one day when the whole cast and crew all went to Big Bear for final shots, everyone hauled into carpools. After the 2 ½ hr drive, we arrive to find there was not enough snow to work with. Our jaws dropped,we couldn’t believe how much had melted away, it was reported to snow heavily the days before. So we drove back to L.A and that was the end of the day. Hahaha #LA sun is Fierce

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Christijana Mora: So I actually missed out on reading his books when I was little, the Goosebumps books from R.L. Stine were more my level of spooky back then.

More or less Stephen King was something that I realized I watched on tv and didn’t know it was until later. He definitely has that real Adult scare factor down. My husbands more of a super fan, so I’ve actually gotten to grow more into King’s art lately (and loving it!).

It would be pretty cool to see a mashup of Stine and King… that would be super freaky fun!

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there something you’d like to tell our readers?

Christijana Mora: Of course, it was my pleasure. Thanks for the interview! 🙂

I’ll leave off with, for all those in film, who love film for the sake of film and if your a fan of King; you’re willing to see everything. Even with this being a short, give into your S.K. fandom and watch this. It’s a really good piece that continues from a classic tale we all know from Stephen King stories.

 

 

He played in Stephen Baxter‘s Dollar Baby Rest Stop as Boris.

SKSM: Could you start with telling me a little bit about yourself? Who are you and what do you do?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I am a Canadian Actor of Irish and Scottish descent. I started off as a Sailor working on cargo ships when I was 18 years old, which I still periodically do to this day, I am at sea at the moment.

SKSM: When did you know you wanted to become an actor?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I was 20 years old, an introvert and I went to see a play, Nothing To Lose, by Canadian playwright, David Fennario. I was hooked. I harnessed my will and dove right in and joined a theatre company at 21 years old and my first role was a Sailor in the shipwreck scene of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and also as Second Officer. I spent seven years doing amateur theatre and then went on to study at the prestigious Banff Centre, School of Fine Arts for three years. Later I was honoured to join the World Renowned Warren Robertson Atelier in Montreal for several years.

SKSM: How did you become involved in Rest Stop Dollar Baby film?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I saw a casting post for Rest Stop on Facebook and seeing it was based on a Stephen King story immediately sparked my interest. When I read the character breakdowns, I submitted myself for the auditions.

SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I think many people dream of living another life, living in someone else’s shoes; creating change in our world to better it; making a difference. The path of a hero can fulfill that dream. Storytellers, I believe are the guiding lights for humanity. Amy Halloran’s clever adaptation along with Stephen Baxter’’s gifted direction, Wyler Diome-Montour’s captivating cinematography and Eric Davis‘s outstanding performance elevates the audience’s experience.

SKSM: Did you have to audition for the part or was it written directly for you?

Christopher B. MacCabe: Stephen Baxter, the director contacted me by phone, after I sent him my resume and reel. I informed him I was very interested in the project. Being a dialect coach as well, I mentioned that I could do several accents. He asked to hear my Russian accent. I did several  versions from authentic to stereotypical. He later contacted me and offered me the Role of Boris. I quess I auditioned by phone. I was very happy.

SKSM: You worked with Stephen Baxter on this film, how was that?

Christopher B. MacCabe: Stephen Baxter is an actors’ director. He has worn both hats. He understands actors and has a way that makes you relax and create and trust. He was well prepared and organized. I wouldn’t hestitate to work with him again.

SKSM: Was there any funny or special moment when they made the movie that you would like to tell me about?

Christopher B. MacCabe: The (awesome) Blood Brothers who did special effects when I got shot and my mouth was full of fake blood, I was always fighting not to swallow it because it tasted so good and it always made me want to smile, like you do with ice cream.

SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I still stay in contact with Stephen Baxter and longtime colleague, Andrew Campbell from Cold Blue Rentals Regd, one of our country’s best Weapons Masters and Armourers. Having worked with him in the past on huge to small projects, hearing he was onboard was a delight, a safe professional, a must with shootouts and I got to act with him as well! I also keep in touch with the Multi-talented Ashleigh Faith Williams, it was her first film role and definitely an Actress to keep your eye on!

SKSM: What are you working on nowadays?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I am working on a web-series about a handler of undercover agents and a Shakespeare podcast of his famous scenes and monologues.

SKSM: Are you a fan of Stephen King’s work?

Christopher B. MacCabe: Yes, definitely, The Shawshank Redemption and Dolores Claiborne are two of my favourite films and books. Countless other films and series.

SKSM: What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?

Christopher B. MacCabe: Well, that I steer large ships.

SKSM: Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Is there anything you want to say to the fans that read this interview?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I want to thank them for enjoying and supporting Stephen Baxter the Director and Amy Halloran’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Rest Stop. A lot of hard work and love was put into this project and the fans support makes it all worthwhile! There are storytellers in all of us!

SKSM: Do you like to add anything else?

Christopher B. MacCabe: I hope I am privileged to work with Stephen Baxter and his team again. Shout out to the whole crew and cast that brought this project to fruition! Claudie-Ann Landrie our stylist and Liliana Saavedra; thumbs up!

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